Queensland's cheapest 405?
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    Queensland's cheapest 405?

    Just lifted this off a newspapers website.
    Got to be cheap for one of these if it's not totally R/S.

    Alan S

    your ads that appeared in Bundaberg

    PEUGEOT 405 1990, running, needs little work, as is $2,500 ono. Phone 4159 7429, 0416 022 562.
    Publication Date: 15/05/03

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    That will do wonders for the resale value of mine.

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    Cal:
    That will do wonders for the resale value of mine.

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    Shouldn't make much if any difference really Cal;
    Good car = good price.
    Shitbox = shit price. deal

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    there was another one for sale in bowral not so long ago for $2000 with the description of a few dents but runs well
    and it included 6 months rego i think
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    But are the minor repairs a dead/ dying auto gearbox? I'd think it would need to be cheaper still if that was the case.
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    then again if the repairs are a la' local *dodgy brothers repair service* "aww geez mayte, I'd drop her if I were you; that overheating problem could costcha thowsands" and it turns out to be air in the system roll_lau roll_lau
    That happens more times than people would care to admit to.

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